This post brought to you by Republic Wireless. All opinions are 100% mine.
How much do you pay for your cell phone service? If you are like most people these days, a resounding TOO MUCH probably was your answer. Most of you probably own a Smart Phone or are thinking of purchasing one. The real cost of a smart phone can exceed what the average family pays for their health insurance and sometimes even their groceries—scary thought.
Have you ever checked out Republic Wireless? They have a $19 monthly plan that comes with unlimited data, talk and texting for the Motorola DEFY™ XT Smartphone. This phone costs $199 and uses one of the newest technologies called Hybrid Wi-Fi Calling. Hybrid Calling allows the user to use Wi-Fi for calls, texts and data as well as using Wi-Fi for other cellular capabilities. Wi-Fi is all around us and most times FREE and is now being used to save us real dollars through Republic Wireless.
Familiarize yourself with the Motorola DEFY™ XT:
- It has a front-facing VGA Webcam, along with a rear-facing camera with auto focus/LED Flash and 4x digital zoom.
- This phone also has an Android operating system with wi-fi and Sprint® 3G Coverage. It also comes with dual-band reception.
- This phone has access to over 450,000 Apps through Google Play™ and offers a 3.7 inch Corning® Gorilla® glass display.
- It is also dustproof, water and scratch resistant which really comes in handy if you have kids who love to play on your phone.
When you consider what you now pay for your cell phones, this plan really draws catches your attention. How many cell phones do you have on your monthly bill? Both my husband and I have smartphones, along with my 13 year old son. My 7 year old has an iPod 5, and is already asking when he will be able to get his first phone. What kind of monthly charges are you incurring? Republic Wireless could really cut down on your monthly phone bill so make sure that you look further into this plan to see if it is right for your family. What would you do with the money that you could save by using Republic Wireless?